Martin Lockman joined the Sabin Center in 2022 as the 2022-2024 Climate Law Fellow. Prior to joining the Sabin Center, Martin specialized in renewable energy and infrastructure finance at Milbank LLP’s New York office. From 2021-2022, Martin clerked for the Honorable Cynthia M. Rufe on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Martin graduated from Columbia Law School in 2019, where he was a James Kent Scholar (2017-2019) and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar (2016-2017). At Columbia, Martin served as Articles Editor for the Columbia Human Rights Law Review, worked as a Research Assistant at the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, and spent a semester in the Law and Finance MLS program at Oxford University through Columbia’s Global Alliance Program. Before law school, Martin worked as a community organizer in the coalfields of southern West Virginia. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis in 2014.
Martin’s recent publications include Fencing the Wind: Property Rights in Renewable Energy, 125 W.V. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2022) and Lenders as Monitors of Risk Devolution, 48–49 Finance & the Common Good (2021).